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2019-10-10Vulnerability of seagrass blue carbon to microbial attack following exposure to warming and oxygenMacreadie, PI; Atwood, TB; Seymour, JR; Fontes, MLS; Sanderman, J; Nielsen, DA; Connolly, RM
2013-03-01Predator-induced reduction of freshwater carbon dioxide emissionsAtwood, TB; Hammill, E; Greig, HS; Kratina, P; Shurin, JB; Srivastava, DS; Richardson, JS
-Predators Shape Sedimentary Organic Carbon Storage in a Coral Reef EcosystemAtwood, TB; Madin, EMP; Harborne, AR; Hammill, E; Luiz, OJ; Ollivier, QR; Roelfsema, CM; Macreadie, PI; Lovelock, CE
2014-01-01Competitive displacement alters top-down effects on carbon dioxide concentrations in a freshwater ecosystemAtwood, TB; Hammill, E; Srivastava, DS; Richardson, JS
2018-01-01Ocean acidification alters zooplankton communities and increases top-down pressure of a cubozoan predatorHammill, E; Johnson, E; Atwood, TB; Harianto, J; Hinchliffe, C; Calosi, P; Byrne, M
2018-03-01Benthic meiofaunal community response to the cascading effects of herbivory within an algal halo system of the Great Barrier ReefOllivier, QR; Hammill, E; Booth, DJ; Madin, EMP; Hinchliffe, C; Harborne, AR; Lovelock, CE; Macreadie, PI; Atwood, TB
2017-05-01Can we manage coastal ecosystems to sequester more blue carbon?Macreadie, PI; Nielsen, DA; Kelleway, JJ; Atwood, TB; Seymour, JR; Petrou, K; Connolly, RM; Thomson, ACG; Trevathan-Tackett, SM; Ralph, PJ
2014-01-01Trophic-level dependent effects on CO<inf>2</inf> emissions from experimental stream ecosystemsAtwood, TB; Hammill, E; Richardson, JS
2015-01-01Behavioural responses to predation may explain shifts in community structureHammill, E; Atwood, TB; Corvalan, P; Srivastava, DS
2019-02-01Oxygen consumption and sulfate reduction in vegetated coastal habitats: Effects of physical disturbanceBrodersen, KE; Trevathan-Tackett, SM; Nielsen, DA; Connolly, RM; Lovelock, CE; Atwood, TB; Macreadie, PI
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